Just like Edward in New Moon…we’re back!

Hey ATM fan(s), we’re back! We know, we know, you’ve heard it all before, but we promise this time. No, really!

So where have we been you ask? The same place as you, dear ATM reader(s), hiding out in our bedrooms with our noses burried deep in Twilight books. Don’t lie, we know you’re swooning over Edward right along with us. Yes, it’s written for teens about teens, but when you break it all down, does that make it any different than ATM? Exactly.

That said, there is a bit of a stigma placed upon fans of high school vampire romance novels, so we decided to up the adult factor. (As if those steamy makeout scenes weren’t enough…we can’t say more, one of the ATM creators is only on Eclipse…lame!) How you ask? Two words: drinking game!

Here’s how it works. Sneak a bottle of red wine (it looks like blood, duh) into your favorite local theater. Is the film no longer playing in your town? Do as our friends did (not us, mind you, our friends) and download the movie off the Internet. (Did you know you could do that??) Just remember to pay full price for the double disk special edition DVD when it comes out March 21 to cover your karma. And to see the behind the scenes interviews with Rob Pattinson. Sigh. We digress…

Grab your bottle of blood and follow these simple rules. Just remember, just because Edward has to show some restraint around Bella’s blood, doesn’t mean you have to hold back on the vino. It’s only symbolic, afterall. So, back to the rules. Drink every time…

• Bella breathes like she’s running a marathon.
• You notice Rosalie’s roots.
• Jessica does something annoying.
• Charlie and Billy’s banter gets awkward.
• You can hear RPatz’s British accent (see: hospital corridor scene).
• You notice Carlisle’s roots.
• A character comes onscreen who looks exactly the opposite of the way you saw them in your mind (Tyler and Eric, anyone?).
• The special effects make you want to poke your eyes out with your copy of New Moon.
• Emmet is onscreen. Because you know he’d want you to.
• Jasper makes a face like a mentally challenged jackyl.

Bonus Round #1:
• Take a shot whenever Bella and Edward kiss on the lips.
 
Bonus Round #2 (not for the faint of heart, so don’t try it, Bella):
• Drink every time you swoon over Edward’s vampirific hotness. Yeah, we said it.
 
 
*Note: if you play this game in the theater, do as the high school girls who love the book do and have your mom pick you up. You’re not immortal like a Cullen, afterall.

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